Where To Raise a Stein To Oktoberfest in Las Vegas

Get out the lederhosen and pour a stein or five. Oktoberfest is here!

Raise your beer filled steins if you know what Oktoberfest actually is! Officially, it is a two-week period that originated in Germany from the celebration of the marriage of the crown prince of Bavaria (King Louis I) to Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen. Boring! Unofficially, it’s a reason to top off the mugs with the heaviest of German beers and toast to “wies’n” (what German locals call Oktoberfest). 

Oktoberfest Experiences

This being Vegas where everything is at a level 10, here are some local spots to get your “Prost!” (Cheers) on.

The Front Yard at Ellis Island Hotel, Casino & Brewery

Enjoy a two-story indoor-outdoor beer garden. There will be live entertainment from a Bavarian band and all-you-can-drink Oktoberfest beer. Don’t worry, there are also some German eats avail for those who want food in the belly. Get your dirndl or lederhosen out as there is a costume contest with prizes. 

Tickets are available at Eventbrite and range from $45 – $85. There are a variety of packages. 


The DEETS

Date: Saturday, October 2

Time: 6 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Where: 4178 Koval Ln, Las Vegas


Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas

Why not enjoy a time honored tradition at the very spot where Oktoberfest is year round! On this particular weekend though you will get to tap a German beer by the Australian tribute group, The Australian Bee Gees.  Oh yeah, there are games, food specials, beer and live music, too. 


The DEETS

Date: Saturday, October 2

Time: Keg Tapping at 8 p.m.

Where: 4510 Paradise Road, Las Vegas


Oktoberfest Bonus

On October 8th, Las Vegas Golden Knight host Mark Shunock will tap the keg at 7:30 p.m. and on Saturday the 9th at 7 p.m.  it will be the hot and hunky fellas from The Chippendales. 

Looking for another fun place to grab a beer? Visit the semi-hidden bar at Omega Mart inside AREA15.

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